Real Talk – Ballista

They have conquered their home state of Texas and have made a true name for themselves in the metalcore scene across America. Ballista spoke to Faultline to reavel how their musical minds have united to formulate the current vision of their music and how this resonates in their lastest and excellent EP C.O.T.C. The band... Continue Reading →

Real Talk – Michael Crafter

I Killed the Prom Queen pionerred the entire heavy music scene in Australia in the early twothouands and were also a key player in the early-mid two thouands metalcore movement. Frontman Michael Crafter lives a much more tame lifestyle now running the Tattoo and Barber company Against the Grain in Perth. Michael is a true... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Holding Out – Gutter

Rating - 3.5/5 “Gutter” attempts to combine the best of the best modern British rock movement with 80’s Punk inspired guitar work for good measure. Holding Out has produced an interesting and engaging experience with "Gutter". The opening sample adds some excellent speculation about what is to come. A Black Flag inspired distorted riff is... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Alakline Trio – EP

Rating - 4/5 Their tour may be canceled in the wake of Coronavirus, but Alkaline Trio keeps the candle burning with a surprise three-track EP, creatively titled… “E.P” bringing a whole new meaning to the tradition of self-titled, well, EP's. 'Minds like Minefields' is a straight punk jam with high energy playing and a dreamy,... Continue Reading →

Real Talk – Venues

Germany is the home of the largest fanbase for heavy music. So starting a new band means there is a tough crowd to impress. Venues have done exactly. With a period of having no vocalist the band have seen some tough times recently have but a newfound frontwoman Venues are sure to take 2020 by... Continue Reading →

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